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* Provides 'cookbook recipes' and simplified explanations on how Sendmail works and how to manage a mail system * Examines e-mail and Sendmail by laying ground work and defining key terms * Progresses from the simple to the complex, providing knowledge

essential for both the interested user and the experienced system manager.

Sendmail is the ULTRIX, OSF/1, and BSD UNIX standard mail deliverer; however, Sendmail has been and is still considered by many to be impossible to understand. Sendmail: Theory and Practice explains Sendmail's history, architecture, configuration, and

maintenance. Systems managers wanting to learn how to set-up and maintain their mail system (made up of one or many computers) and interested readers wanting to learn more about electronic mail will find this book beneficial. The book explains how and

why Sendmail does what it does and provides practical advnce about designing and maintaining an electronic mail system. 'You need this book if you run a mail gateway, or if you have a really strong curiosity about how email works.' - C Vu, November 1995

Book News Annotation:

Explains the history, architecture, configuration, and maintenance of the standard mail deliverer on Berkeley-based UNIX systems and on the Internet, for systems managers and interested readers. Provides recipes for managing Sendmail systems, and includes many appendices on command line arguments, configuration options, mailer flags, log levels, and debug classes, plus brief explanations of on-line resources such as UseNet, FTP, Archie, and Gopher.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

This book explains how and why Sendmail does what it does and provides "cookbook recipes" and simplified explanations on how to manage a mail system. The authors progress from the simple to the complex, providing knowledge essential for both the interested user and the experienced system manager.

Synopsis:

Sendmail is the ULTRIX, OSF/1, and BSD UNIX standard mail deliverer; however, Sendmail has been and is still considered by many to be impossible to understand. Sendmail: Theory and Practice explains Sendmail's history, architecture, configuration, and

maintenance. Systems managers wanting to learn how to set-up and maintain their mail system (made up of one or many computers) and interested readers wanting to learn more about electronic mail will find this book beneficial. The book explains how and

why Sendmail does what it does and provides practical advnce about designing and maintaining an electronic mail system. 'You need this book if you run a mail gateway, or if you have a really strong curiosity about how email works.' - C Vu, November 1995

Table of Contents

Background and history; The ground work; Addressing and delivery Aliases and local delivery; Configuration design; Configuration basics; Using IDA 'dbm' tables; Configuration details; Maintenance and administration; Miscellaneous factoids;

Appendices A-K

Product Details

ISBN:
9781555581275
With:
Avolio, Frederick M.
Author:
Vixie, Paul
Author:
Avolio, Frederick M.
Author:
Vixie, Avolio, Frederick M, Paul
Publisher:
Digital Press
Location:
Boston :
Subject:
English
Subject:
Networking - General
Subject:
Data Transmission Systems - General
Subject:
Computer programs
Subject:
Electronic mail systems
Subject:
Data Transmission Systems - Electronic Mail
Subject:
Mail receiving and forwarding services -- Computer programs.
Subject:
Mail receiving and forwarding services.
Subject:
Sendmail
Series Volume:
87-29A
Publication Date:
19950331
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
262
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in

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Product details 262 pages Digital Press - English 9781555581275 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , This book explains how and why Sendmail does what it does and provides "cookbook recipes" and simplified explanations on how to manage a mail system. The authors progress from the simple to the complex, providing knowledge essential for both the interested user and the experienced system manager.
"Synopsis" by , Sendmail is the ULTRIX, OSF/1, and BSD UNIX standard mail deliverer; however, Sendmail has been and is still considered by many to be impossible to understand. Sendmail: Theory and Practice explains Sendmail's history, architecture, configuration, and

maintenance. Systems managers wanting to learn how to set-up and maintain their mail system (made up of one or many computers) and interested readers wanting to learn more about electronic mail will find this book beneficial. The book explains how and

why Sendmail does what it does and provides practical advnce about designing and maintaining an electronic mail system. 'You need this book if you run a mail gateway, or if you have a really strong curiosity about how email works.' - C Vu, November 1995

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